Police investigate: Luxury yacht showered with bullets

GUNSHOTS disrupted the usually glamorous surroundings of Sydney's Rose Bay Wharf as a luxury yacht was showered in bullets on Wednesday night.   The yacht Oscar II, which is reportedly hired out at almost $100,000 per week, was approaching the wharf on New South Head Rd when a number of shots were fired.    Police later discovered the yacht heading away from the wharf and towed it to the Marine Area Command at Balmain where it remains under police guard.   A man, who police believe was on board the boat when the shooting happened, was found at a home at Bondi Beach with suspected bullet wounds.   The 31-year-old was taken to St Vincent's Hospital but discharged himself a short time later.   A crime scene has also been declared at the home where he was found.   Investigations are continuing.  


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